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Chinese Stems
#11
Just the other day I made Hairy Biker's Coq. Very nice too.

12 chicken thighs
1 pack of bacon
Plenty of wine
200ml stock
3 large onions
3 garlic thingys
loads of herbs
salt
pepper
flour

It's not actually from The Hairy Bikers, but it's funnier.
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#12
Where's the white van?
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#13
Hello again guys, well, it's well over a year and both the Chinese stem of cheapness and my face remain in one piece, so that's £6 well spent.

And bizarrely, I've once again, just served up a delicious portion of coq to friends. Do I only visit the forum after making coq au vin?
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#14
You've had a good run but its going to fatigue at some point. If you crash big its probably time to bin it or retire it to light duties.
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#15
Light duties? I ride like Tinkerbell, it'll do me a bit longer yet
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#16
I never had a problem with any of the chinese carbon I've had; bars, stem, frame and wheels. My Chinesy carbon road wheels lasted over 10,000km used in all weathers. My significantly more expensive U.S.E ones last 1 week in the alps in nothing but sunshine before delaminating and becoming useless.
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